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The Jardin des Plantes The Jardin des Plantes (subway: Gare d'Austerlitz) also houses La Grande Galerie exposition building.

La Grande Galerie of the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle
La Grande Galerie of the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle is at one end of the flower garden.

La Grande Mosquee near the Jardin des Plantes in Paris
Just across the Grande Galerie is the magnificent Grande Mosquee de Paris.
La Grande Mosquee in Paris is also a restaurant and hamman open to the public
But the imposing mosque is also a restaurant and hamman open to the public. (Click to see the prices.)

Paris then and now

Old photo of Gare de l'Est in Paris Gare de l'Est, Paris seen from Boulevard de Strasbourg
The Gare de l'Est (in the background) is still at the end of the Boulevard de Strasbourg so is the renovated tabac (tobacconist's) on the right but a bus terminus has since been located in front of the railway station. The slow "coaches" have given way to the faster but less ecological buses.

Champs Elysees, Paris of our forefathers Champs Elysees, Paris of today
The Champs Elysees is still as broad and leafy (and crammed with strollers!) today as it was in the olden days (Old photo was by Arndt Voigt).

Olden days of the Lido, the world’s most famous cabaret The Lido, "the world’s most famous cabaret", opened in the Champs Elysees in 1946 and has been there ever since. The poster of Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" is fittingly by the side of the LIDO entrance as the film is an embodiment of the world-famous film director's great love for Paris. The Lido, the world’s most famous cabaret
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